Adam Beck, the creator of the Hashcash algorithm and the CEO of Blockstream, is convinced that behind Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto is sometimes hiding a bunch of people, not just one, as he assumed in the community. As part of this week's Consensus meeting in New York in an interview with Cryptofinder.tv, he said:
He supported his beliefs, noting the consistency of coding in letters and documents, and the style of authorship of Satoshi.
"The original version of Bitcoin was implemented on Windows, but it is not so common. Most programmers working with cryptocurrencies prefer Linux" – Adam Beck.
His initial communication with Satoshi Nakamoto left him with a comment on the person who looked at the inflation problem again.
In the past, many community representatives have often assumed that Adam Beck could be the creator of Bitcoin. The English programmers have said at one point that not only did they deny themselves, but it would be better to stop Satoshi's hunt.
A good piece @ el33th4xor Satoshi does not hunt. People must stop searching. Nothing can come. https://t.co/TGw9wzoHHZ
– Adam back (@ adam3us) December 11, 2015
He issued this statement in December 2015 when the community strongly discussed Craig Wright's claim to the honor of Bitcoin's creator in this joint statement.
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